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and that's going to squash the air up to half size. and that brings us up to boyle's law. boyle's law named after a dude by the name of robert j. law, okay, we're learning these things, all right? and boyle's law just says that pressure multiplied by volume at any one point will equal pressure times volume at another point. so get twice the pressure, you'll get twice the volume. you'll have half the volume. yeah, what i told twice the pressure will be half the volume. very good, lee, sometimes i goof a rooney a little bit, right gang, but does that make sense gang? so you get twice-- you get twice the pressure that's going to squash that stuff up. so the volume will be half as much, huh? what if you push--so you've got three times the pressure, then the volume will get squashed up to how much? a third. how about--i don't know if you can do this. let me try, seven times the pressure, okay, okay, now i shouldn't say seven, now let's say five times the pressure, a fifth right? how about nine times-- how about--all right, here is for the a students, 7.9 times the pressure... got you, got you, g
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